With only one artist left to unveil before the full Second Sky Festival lineup is revealed, Porter Robinson has just dropped a bomb on fans: Second Sky will be his only Worlds live set of 2019.
The news, while disappointing, isn’t entirely shocking. Worlds came out in 2014 and has been a live set staple of Porter’s ever since. But five years running and Virtual Self taking off, it makes sense that the Worlds live sets are slowing down.
The good news is that Porter doesn’t say its the last Worlds live set, though we’re not necessarily ruling that out, either. We don’t expect a new Porter Robinson album in 2019, but one for 2020 is certainly likely. The last original Porter Robinson music that was released was “Shelter,” his collaboration with Madeon in 2016.
According to the Second Sky website, this is the final artist announcement of the festival — no more blurred out names remain. (No Madeon?) Pre-sale begins Wednesday, March 13.
at second sky, i’m going to play my only worlds live set for the year!
Posted by Porter Robinson on Monday, 11 March 2019